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John McEnroe’s Heart Of Gold

By Scoop Malinowski Chris Lewis shared this wonderful story about the heart of gold side of John McEnroe’s character that is often overshadowed by his tennis artistry and ferocious will to win… (By the way, Lewis played McEnroe in the 1983 Wimbledon final, a 62 62 62 defeat.) In 2004 I was living in New […] Continue to read full article...

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The Pat Cash vs Ivan Lendl Brawl In Monte Carlo

By Scoop Malinowski The recent purchase of The Autobiography Of Pat Cash: Uncovered has been a fantastic read. Pat Cash is one of the rare authentic voices in pro tennis, fearless to speak his mind. The former 1987 Wimbledon champion and two-time Davis Cup winner reveals a lot of inside info about pro tennis and […] Continue to read full article...

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Biofile: Pat Cash Interview

The rock star handsome net rushing Aussie hero bested Lendl to win Wimbedon in 1987, his only major title. His colorful career, wounded by injuries and surgeries, would produce five more singles titles and a best ranking of no. 4. Notably, Cash invented the now popular tradition of climbing into the stands to celebrate his […] Continue to read full article...

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